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Source: Radio Dabanga

Since the beginning of this year, tribal conflicts between the Rizeigat and Ma’aliya have frustrated the formation of a new government in East Darfur State.

“The insecurity in the state, caused by the continuous tension and erupting clashes between the Rizeigat and Ma’aliya, has sparked an administrative crisis in East Darfur’, a young activist reported to Radio Dabanga from the state capital of El Daein.

 “The administrative imbalance in East Darfur since the beginning of this year is turning into a real crisis, affecting the entire state and its population. The Governor of East Darfur State has been unable to form a government so far, owing to his incompatibility to arrange for reconciliation between the two tribes.”

The activists warned that “the security, economic, and humanitarian crises in the state may lead to a disaster, if the problems are not addressed promptly”.

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One thought on “Sudan: Tribal conflicts hamper East Darfur State govt. formation

  1. Reblogged this on EPISODEMANYEN and commented:
    Please rise above tribal differences. Any kind of conflict brings problems; whether these are economic, social or political. Security is not found in tribe, religion, government etc. Total security implies no conflict.

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